About 2019-06-24T14:43:58+00:00

Math is the universal language of science and technology.

The trouble is the way we teach math does not speak to everybody. Students are traditionally forced to learn math using pen and paper, while trying to manipulate equations and rules they do not yet understand. Simplifying math down to intuitive core concepts is vital to a student’s success in advanced mathematics.  

That’s where we come in.

Math is the universal language of science and technology.

The trouble is the way we teach math does not speak to everybody. Students are traditionally forced to learn math using pen and paper, while trying to manipulate equations and rules they do not yet understand. Simplifying math down to intuitive core concepts is vital to a student’s success in advanced mathematics.  

That’s where we come in.

We love math… GO FIGURE!


The founders of Figure Math developed the idea for Figure while doing research in Theoretical Physics. Exploring the intricacies of cosmology, particle theory, and quantum mechanics requires long calculations, and they were frustrated by the lack of modern tools to meet their needs. What they were really looking for was a tool that allowed them to simply explore equations — a tool with all the benefits of pen-and-paper, but with calculational sophistication of a modern computer-based algebra system. They quickly realized their students needed the same type of tool. They looked around for something to suit these needs, but couldn’t find it. In short, they were looking for Figure… but it didn’t exist yet. So, they built it.

A.C. Randono, PhD

Now the CEO of Figure Math, A.C. is also a Theoretical Physicist with a background in Quantum Gravity. He has taught and performed research at CERN, Los Alamos National Laboratory, University of Texas, Penn State University, and was an NSF International Research Fellow at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. He was a Professor at Claremont Mckenna College before co-founding Figure Math.

Hans Westman, PhD

Now the  CTO of Figure Math, Hans is also a Theoretical Physicist with a focus in Quantum Foundations. He has taught and performed research at The University of Gothenburg, The Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Sydney, and the CSIC in Madrid. He is a member of FQXi and co-founded Figure Math.

Hans Westman, PhD

Now the  CTO of Figure Math, Hans is also a Theoretical Physicist with a focus in Quantum Foundations. He has taught and performed research at The University of Gothenburg, The Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Sydney, and the CSIC in Madrid. He is a member of FQXi and co-founded Figure Math.